Nah I think the Mclarens, Sutil and Kubica will be fighting for the podium places there.raymondu999 wrote:Actually, quite interestingly, Mark Blundell, on Twitter, has tipped Seb "may pull it together for a Monza win." A repeat performance of 2008 for Sebby? The straightline speed advantage seems to not support that idea though.
he also had one of the most dominant cars in f1 for 2 years running and ive never rated webber than highlyRaptor22 wrote:I think he has shown himself to have the potential to be one of the greats in F1. He has already achieved more than probalby 90% of drivers ever to have entered F1.
It's a complicated subject. The RB7 was a fantastic car, easily on par with the MP4/4 and the F2004. It was so good, in fact, there was virtually no way it could lose. Accordingly, there's no way to deny the substantial wrinkle that adds to any evaluation.raymondu999 wrote:[...]
Since then he's woken himself out of his crash kid title in 2010, and dominated 2011.
I wonder - what do people think nowadays?
I'd call his 2007 and first-half-of-2008 car bad though (if you're talking about being slow/uncompetitive). It wasn't HRT bad, but it's similar to this year's Force India - a car that you had to give every inch to work your way up to the midfield. Or do you mean a car that has handling problems?bhallg2k wrote:he has yet to be challenged with a legitimately bad car.
Yup, I started this thread: viewtopic.php?f=1&t=10765Indeed, where does the influence of the car end and the influence of the driver begin?
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